i was wondering if you had anything on child delvelopment?

These sites have quite a lot of information on child development.



You asked about "child Delvelopment"

I was surprised there is a common mispelling here on this, others make the same error:


Has to be Freudian.

MsSue gave you some good sites. If you have specific questions, ask. This subject is very wideranging.

I need info on a picture, historical facts including date and country place of origin, uses and purposes;development.
Two names of famous pieces and their composer,which feature the instrument.
How the instrument was played.
Two famous players and wher they are from (for the following instruments)

To find information on a picture's historical facts, including its date and country of origin, uses and purposes, as well as its development, you can use various online resources:

1. Search engines: Start by entering relevant keywords about the picture, such as its title, artist name, or a brief description. This will help you find websites, articles, or books that may provide the information you are looking for.

2. Museum websites: Many museums have extensive online collections with detailed information on the artworks they have. You can search for the artwork in question on museum websites and explore the provided descriptions and historical context.

3. Art databases: Websites like Artstor and the Google Art Project offer a wide range of artworks with accompanying information. You can search for your picture in these databases and read about its historical context and significance.

4. Art history books: Libraries or online platforms like Google Books or Amazon offer a vast selection of art history books. Look for books specific to the artist, art movement, or time period related to the picture, as they will often provide historical facts and context.

For the instrument-related questions, here is the information you're looking for:

1) Violin:
- Two famous pieces: "The Four Seasons" composed by Antonio Vivaldi and "Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 35" composed by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.
- How the instrument is played: The violin is played by drawing a bow across the strings or plucking them with fingers. The musician presses the strings down on the fingerboard to change the pitch.
- Two famous players and their origin: Niccolò Paganini (Italy) and Itzhak Perlman (Israel/United States).

2) Saxophone:
- Two famous pieces: "I Got Rhythm" composed by George Gershwin and "Blue Train" composed by John Coltrane.
- How the instrument is played: The saxophone is a woodwind instrument that uses a single reed mouthpiece. Sound is produced by blowing air through the mouthpiece and pressing various keys.
- Two famous players and their origin: Charlie Parker (United States) and John Coltrane (United States).

3) Trumpet:
- Two famous pieces: "Concerto for Trumpet and Orchestra" composed by Alexander Arutunian and "Trumpet Voluntary" composed by Jeremiah Clarke.
- How the instrument is played: The trumpet is a brass instrument played by buzzing the lips into a cup-shaped mouthpiece. Valves are used to change the pitch.
- Two famous players and their origin: Louis Armstrong (United States) and Maurice André (France).

4) Cymbals:
- Unfortunately, cymbals do not have specific famous pieces or composers associated with them, as they are primarily used as percussion instruments in ensembles and orchestras.
- How the instrument is played: Cymbals are played by striking them against each other or by using mallets or drumsticks to produce different sounds.
- Two famous players and their origin: There are notable professional orchestral percussionists who specialize in playing cymbals, such as Dame Evelyn Glennie (Scotland) and Steven Schick (United States).

Remember, the provided information about the instruments and players is not exhaustive, but it should give you a starting point to explore further.